Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy (CIFP) is a festival of diplomacy that aims to be a meeting point between government institutions, diplomatic corps, think tanks, thought leaders, diaspora, private corporates, business communities, journalists, academia, students and all stakeholders involved in the international relations sphere in an intellectually rich, open, and inspirational dialogues.
With over 11,000 attendees, CIFP has earned its reputation as “The World’s Largest Foreign Policy Conference.” Unlike any other, CIFP has been described as “a combination of an international seminar and a rock concert,” reflecting how rare for a foreign policy conference to display a festive high-energy atmosphere attended by thousands of people, primarily young people.
With the theme “From Non-Alignment to Creative Alignments," CIFP 2023 serves as a platform for scholars, policymakers, experts, and foreign policy enthusiast from all walks of life to delve into Indonesia's foreign policy strategies.
This conference aims to shed light on Indonesia's diplomatic history and explore how the country's foreign policy should adapt to a more complex global landscape.
Candi Prambanan | 11:30 - 12:40 WIB
Indonesia dalam Perubahan Tatanan Dunia: Menilik Potensi Global South dalam Sistem Internasional Kontemporer
Indonesia in a Changing World Order: Can the Global South Reshape the International System? Which Countries will Lead the Global South and What Are Their Plans?
Candi Singosari | 11:30 - 12:40 WIB
Penanganan Konflik dalam Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia di Era Jokowi: Palestina-Israel, Myanmar, Ukraina, Afghanistan, Laut Tiongkok Selatan
Conflict Resolution in Indonesian Foreign Policy in the Jokowi Era: Palestine-Israel, Myanmar, Ukraine, Afghanistan, and the South China Sea
Puri Ratna | 14:00 - 15:10 WIB
Prinsip atau Pragmatisme? Pandangan Indonesia terhadap Tatanan Dunia, Interpretasi atas Rules-Based, dan Peran Prinsip dan Nilai dalam Kebijakan Luar Negeri
Principles or Pragmatism? A Candid Discussion on Indonesian Views of the World Order, Its Interpretation of What Is Rules-Based and the Role of Principles and Values in Foreign Policy